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The largest faculty at the University, Arts is committed to remaining at the forefront of intellectual inquiry in our changed and continually changing world. It is a time of development, expansion, innovation and renewal. A McGill Arts education is an opportunity to explore...
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About the Faculty of Arts The McGill campus is an oasis in the heart of the business, cultural, and entertainment centres of downtown Montreal. At the centre of the Downtown campus is the Arts Building, the oldest building on campus and the University’s flagship. It...
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History of the Faculty of Arts McGill College, and with it the Faculty of Arts, officially opened on 6 September 1843. The early curriculum, heavily weighted in classical studies, also included lectures in mathematics, logic, French, history, geography, and law. There...
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Programs and Teaching in Arts Established in 1843, the Faculty of Arts is one of the oldest in Canada and remains the largest at McGill. The Faculty is home to 15 departments, one professional school, four institutes, and 10 centres, and has over 275 tenured or...
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The largest faculty at the University, Arts is committed to remaining at the forefront of intellectual inquiry in our changed and continually changing world. It is a time of development, expansion, innovation, and renewal. A McGill Arts education is an opportunity to explore...
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About the Faculty of Arts (Undergraduate) The McGill campus is an oasis in the heart of the business, cultural, and entertainment centres of downtown Montreal. At the centre of the Downtown campus is the Arts Building, the oldest building on campus and the University’s...
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Location for Faculty of Arts OASIS Arts Office of Advising and Student Information Services Dawson Hall 853 Sherbrooke Street West Montreal, Quebec H3A 0G5 Canada Telephone: 514-398-1029 Fax: 514-398-2157 Faculty of Arts website:...
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Administrative Officers for the Faculty of Arts Dean Christopher Manfredi; B.A., M.A.(Calg.), M.A., Ph.D.(Claremont) Associate Deans Jim Engle-Warnick; BSEE(Akron), M.B.A.(Carn. Mell), Ph.D.(Pitt.) (Research and...
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Faculty of Arts Office of Advising and Student Information Services (OASIS) Arts OASIS provides ongoing advice and guidance on programs, degree requirements, registration issues, exams, rereads, academic standing, inter-faculty transfer, study away, and...
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Faculty Admission Requirements For information about admission requirements to the B.A., B.A. & Sc. or B.S.W., please refer to the Undergraduate Admissions Guide, found at www.mcgill.ca/applying. For information about inter-faculty transfers,...
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Faculty of Arts Degree Requirements Each student in the Faculty of Arts must be aware of the Faculty regulations as stated in this publication and on the McGill, Arts, and Arts Office of Advising and Student Information Services (OASIS) websites...
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Minimum Credit Requirement for Faculty of Arts Degrees You must complete the minimum credit requirement for your degree as specified in your letter of admission. Students are normally admitted to a four-year degree requiring the completion of 120...
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Residency Requirement for Faculty of Arts Degrees To obtain a degree, you must complete a minimum of 60 credits at McGill University toward the fulfilment of your degree requirements. At least two-thirds of all program requirements (Multi-track, Honours,...
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Time and Credit Limit for Completion of Degree for the Faculty of Arts If you need 96 or fewer credits to complete your degree requirements, you are expected to complete your degree in no more than eight terms after your initial registration for the...
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Bachelor of Arts Freshman Program If you need 97-120 credits to complete your degree requirements, you must first complete the Freshman program, which is designed to provide a basic foundation prior to selecting a departmental program the following year. You...
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The Bachelor of Arts Freshman Program is designed to ensure that students gain a broad foundation for the three-year degree program. It is comprised of 24-30 credits. In the General option, students develop their own program of study using courses from the social...
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The Bachelor of Arts Freshman Program is designed to ensure that students gain a broad foundation for the three-year degree program. It is comprised of 24-30 credits in one of two program options. In the "En français" or French option, students choose up to 18 credits...
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Departmental Programs for Bachelor of Arts If you need 96 or fewer credits to complete your degree requirements, you are required to have an approved program (Multi-track, Honours, Faculty), and to select your courses in each term with a view to timely completion...

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